Wordle lets you create beautiful word clouds using any text that you copy and paste into their text box. You can also have Wordle read the words from a link to a Web page or the tags from your Delicious account to create a word cloud. To try it out, go to: http://www.wordle.net/

Wordle Examples

Below is an example of a Wordle word cloud of Delicious tags. If you click on the image, you will go to the Wordle site and see a larger image:

Wordle: Delicious Tags
Below is a Wordle which was gathered through a Google Docs Form from a number of WMS teachers who were asked the question: "What excites you about using technology to support writing and learning?"

Wordle: Using Tech with Students
The URL for this Wordle is: http://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/2464401/Using_Tech_with_Students

Below is an example of a Wordle created by a teacher entitled A Good Start to the Year:
Wordle: a goosd start to the year...

This is a link to a Wordle of Robert Frost's The Road Not Taken poem: http://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/3314769/The_Road_Not_Taken
Wordle: The Road Not Taken

Below is an example of a Wordle from Anonymous entitled This is Me:
Wordle: this is me
Do you think your students might like to create Wordles of This is Me for themselves?

Wordle Resources

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